Alasia is next. Nigel says that the picture has drama and mood, but much of that comes from the dramatic landscape. Shooting her wasn't inspirational, and he didn't get excited about it. ALT says he's more intrigued by the sheep, and that Alasia should have had more interaction with her wooly friend. The whole scene is very Wuthering Heights, but he's not getting emotion from her. Prince is totally smizing, though. Sara says she loves the composition of the photo, but that's a compliment for Nigel and not for Alasia. She'd flip past Alasia's photo in a magazine.
Alexandra is next, and gets big props for her major interaction with Prince. They're practically sixty-nining. Nigel says that it's dressitude and not dreckitude. There were multiple good shots, Alexandra had great personality, and she went for it. Sara looks at the shot and sees a committed model, which is a positive attribute. Tyra notes that for Alexandra to get so close to Prince, who is likely a smelly fellow, means that she's a model.
Then there's Jessica. Nigel says that despite her extraordinary body language, her face and eyes are lacking. There's no passion to the photo, and no story. It doesn't matter how dramatic the whole scene is -- if the face doesn't sell it, nobody will buy it. ALT says that Nigel's direction saved Jessica, and she lucked out because of the drama of the wind. Sara doesn't like it at all. Why not? She's really not into armpits. Huh. Because Jessica has a soft, pretty, commercial face, she has to do something to make it memorable. Jessica asks for confirmation that, even though she's a commercial model, she can capture an edgier look. The judges say that she absolutely can, if she gets some fire.
Krista is next, and the judges love her look in person and go nuts over her photo. Nigel tells her that she was magical and absolutely unbelievable on set. Sara loves the shot, and says that she showcased the garment flawlessly. Tyra says that her picture is like a tornado of loveliness. She's in control of the dress, and basically rocked the whole thing. Finally, there's Angelea. She of course won the go-see and is actually wearing her prize-winning Emma Ford dress. ALT calls it dreckitude, and Tyra clarifies that it's cool for the club. Angelea is glad that Tyra mentioned the club. Why, you may ask? Because she's having an acid flashback, and wants to demonstrate in slow-motion how she walks into a club and says hello to everybody. Nobody has any idea what the fuck she's doing, and they hurry to put up her photo. Nigel says that Angelea has the ability to take pictures and has incredible bone structure, but didn't try as hard as she could have. ALT says that up until this week Angelea has been fiercely focused, however this picture is his least favorite of hers. Sara notes that anyone who booked six out of six go-sees will make an agent stop and listen, however her photo is terrible. Tyra thinks it's sad, because Nigel really brought it with the composition, and Angelea gave him nothing back.